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with caroline kennedy also. >>> a bizarre bank robbery straight out of the movies leaves los angeles police baffled. plus andy roddick's emotional farewell at the u.s. open. >>> we begin with a look at today's eye-opener. your world in 90 seconds. >>> i want to nominate a man who is cool on the outside but who burns for america on the inside. >> bill clinton defends president obama and makes the case for reelection. >> are we better off than we were when he took office? the answer is yes. >> the weather playing a role in the convention. president obama will not deliver his address at an outdoor football stadium. >> apparently the campaign is concerned about this well-known weather phenomenon known as empty seats. >> a broken off remnant of isaac is making a second appearance in the gulf of mexico. that could mean more downpours, flash flooding from louisiana to the florida panhandle. >>> here we go again with the tar balls. miles of louisiana's coastline closed to fishing. >>> a federal judge ruling arizona can enforce the most controversial part of its immigration law. >> show me your pape
of homes totally lost over here. this is a horrific sight. >> the wildfire in los angeles national forest grown to 3600 acres. thousands of people had to evacuate. >> breaking news out of pakistan this morning. an attack on a u.s. government vehicle there has left two americans among the wounded. >> dramatic video of a deadly air show crash in iowa. a jet took a nosedive and crashed into a field. >>> a monster truck lost control and careened straight into a group of spectators during a race in oregon saturday. >>> cape cod beaches may be opened but the fears of great white sharks that washed ashore. >> russell crowe had to be rescued by a u.s. coast guard boat after they lost their way off new york's long island. oops. >>> all that matters. >> they didn't want a debate about clint eastwood, they wanted it about mitt romney's ideas. people are talking about the bizarre clint eastwood performance. bizarre clint eastwood performance. >> it go ahead, make my soup. captioning funded by cbs >>> woel welcome to "cbs this morning," charlie rose and gail gail are off today. this is labor day -- pr
continue to spread to nearly two dozen countries. carter evans of our los angeles station is in cerritos, south of l.a. >> reporter: good morning. after being holed up at his home for nearly three days the man that the world has been waiting to see and hear from made a brief appearance early this morning. he's known to some as sam bacile and to others nakoula basseley nakoula and he left his home through a side yard gate surrounded by sheriff's deputies. >> do you have anything to say? >> reporter: the man you see under the hat and towel wearing a winter jacket in the l.a. summer heat may be responsible for sparking the flames of the deadly violence in the muslim world. he's trying to hide his face and believed to be the man responsible for creating a film called "innocence of muslims." depicting muhammad in any form is considered an insult to islam. l.a. county sheriff spokesman said nakoula basseley nakoula is not under arrest. >> l.a. county sheriff's department tonight about midnight assisted federal probation officers in a voluntary interview. nobody is arrested. nobody is detained.
and is in los angeles this morning. jan, good morning. >> good morning. good morning to our viewers in the west. romney will be leaving here in about an hour, heading to utah for a fund-raiser. the video posted online by mother jones is proving to be a distraction for a campaign about jobs. >> it's not elegantly stated, let me put it that way. i'm speak off the cuff in response to a question and i'm sure i could state it more clearly and in a more effective way than i did in a setting like that. >> romney appeared late monday at a hastily arranged news conference, addressing a video that surfaced of him earlier in the year the a fund-raiser. at event last may, romney was making a point that nearly half of all americans pay no federal income tax. he characterized them as obama supporters who are dependent on federal programs. >> 47% who are with him, who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe that government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name it. and they will vote for t
and as president, he can't do that. >> outside los angeles, bank robbery suspects made it rain all over the streets. >> coming out the window. iphone 5 has arrived. it has a faster processor and qui quicker data speed. >> baby panda at the san diego zoo. look at that face. after six weeks, he is starting to open his eyes. >> i think you better go. he has that look, doesn't he? your wife just had a baby. >> please button that shirt. it's disgusting. >> so stupid at this point he needs a spotter to place -- >> president obama personally copy edited bill clinton's speech last week from the dnc in charlotte. >> biggest change was that obama had clinton use the phrase americans instead of all you had clinton use the phrase americans instead of all you fine honeys. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to cbs "this morning." violent american protests >>> violent american protests have spread two days after the american aambassador to libya and three of his staff were killed. this morning, target is the american interests in yemen capital. weapons in the air chanting death to america stormed the embassy co
over the landmarks around los angeles with everybody spotting it and tweeting and it's going to be very, very exciting for everybody. >> reporter: in a way it's a homecoming. "endeavour" was constructed just north of l.a. in palmdale, california, built to replace the challenger lost in that fiery 1986 exploeks. >> liftoff. >> reporter: it's the last shuttle to go into retirement, but "endeavour" will be the star of a new air and space hall al the california science center once it gets from lax 12 miles away. >> no one has ever moved a winged space ship through a city before. nobody will again. >> reporter: l.a. knows a thing or two about handling celebrity objects. >> remember the rock. >> they have to take down power lines and cut down trees to clear the pathogen ner rating controversy. >> i had no idea they were going to be removing those beautiful trees. >> we will be taking out a number of trees but we'll be putting in almost 1,000 new trees. >> the science center is betting all will be forgiven when the biggest icon this city has ever seen opens to the public october 30th. for "cbs
cowen in los angeles. >>> these anti-american protests triggered a sharp exchange between president obama and governor mitt romney. on tuesday, the u.s. embassy in cairo condemned the anti-islam movie that apparently sparked a lot of this. romney called that statement disgraceful. then in his own statement tuesday night accused the obama administration of sympathizing with the protesters instead of condemning them. after the four names were announced democrats and republicans criticized romney. they refused to back down. >> these were inappropriate. they were the wrong course to take when our embassy is, has been breached by protesters. >> on wednesday, the president responded forcefully to romney in an interview with steve croft of "60 minutes." >> your opponent mitt romney used the attack in libya and also the sfwhags cairo yesterday to attack your policies, to go after your foreign policy. in a fairly broad-based attack. wham are your thoughts on that? >> i think most americans, democrats or republicans, understand that there are times where we step out and one of those is when w
that and get the latest on that fast-moving wildfire burning near los angeles. >>> prince harry speaks out after his las vegas adventure. plus, is organic food worth it? a new study says probably not. >>> but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> i believe in you. i bet on you. i'll make that bet any day of the week. >> democrats look for momentum. as their convention kicks off in charlotte. >> first lady michelle obama will be the headliner on the first night at the convention. >> this whole idea of folks better off now than they were four years ago, that's the central question to the election. >> the president can say a lot of things, and he will, but he can't tell you that you're better off. >> you want to know whether you're better off? i got a little bumper sticker for you. osama bin laden is dead and general motors is alive. >>> a massive wildfire raging right now in southern california. >> only 5% contained. the fire has burned 3,600 acres. >> i don't want this place to burn up. >> it has been one week since isaac slammed into the gu
governor mitt romney travels to los angeles. bill plante reports, the middle east protests are shifting the conversation on the campaign trail. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. good morning in the west. mitt romney goes after the hispanic vote today. he's got a speech in los angeles just a little over an hour from now. and now that the president is leading in most polls, the romney campaign is looking for new avenues of attack against the president. and the unrest overseas has provided one such opportunity. president obama faced a barrage of criticism sunday from republicans charging that his leadership on foreign policy is weak and ineffectual. >> president obama's policy has been confusing. it's been apologetic. and it's been misguided. >> there's no question but that we're weaker than we were when barack obama took office. >> reporter: mitt romney's campaign has long argued that the president's policies have made the united states weaker throughout the world. despite public opinion polling that shows the american people trust mr. obama over his opponent by a slight margin whe
science center in los angeles. it will go on permanent display there next month. >>> an intimate look at camelot. never-before-seen pictures of president and his wife, jackie kennedy. >> allowed unprecedented access to the couple. such beautiful pictures. now, 50 years later, we're seeing these photos as they've been revealed in a new book. we'll show them to you right here on "cbs this morning." your local news is next. is next. >> what's happened to our politics, mr. vice president? >> who do you think america's number one enemy is? >> we talk about cutting taxes and balancing the budget. i wonder, what would you cut? >> what will be the significant achievement that you want to accomplish? >> he kind of summed it up. >> he will be a heartbeat away from the president. >> unleashed some of the harshest attacks. >> t >>> would have a crew on our way to a fire and set francisco. his report a fifth and 10th streets. mid to 80 in the wet on rent. a woman was sent prices soaring from a burning apartment in san jose agreed she'd jump from second for a bundle out the dog wouldn't follow so s
moving wildfires this morning. one in riverside county east of los angeles. that threatens some 200 homes. and east of san diego near the mexican border a fire on the campo indian reservation has destroyed at least four homes and is threatening dozens more. no injuries are reported. >>> sadness this morning in washington's national zoo. the baby panda that got so many people excited last week has died. officials are holding a news conference right now. chip reid is at the zoo. chip, good morning. >> reporter: charlie and norah, they just finished this news conference. they still don't know exactly what happened to this cub. they believe it may have been related to something having to do with the liver. they say it was a bit discolored, a bit harder than a liver normally would be. again, it's probably going to be about two weeks before they really know what happened. but for the people who worked here, it was absolutely devastating. it was that noise from mother panda mei xiang caught on the zoo's panda cam sunday morning that alerted officials something wasn't right. within hours they con
on in the broad light of day. for cbs "this morning," bill whittaker in los angeles. >> really nice piece. i won't think about that song without thinking about those guys. >> that's definitely my favorite piece of the entire week. what a great piece. highlighting what the soldiers have done and lionel going to meet them. that's fantastic. >> we're not done yet. lucy liu is up next. she's in the green room with peter greenberg. >> peter is not there. >> lucy,, i'm so glad you called. thank you. we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account alerts. okay. [ female announcer ] at wells fargo we're working around the clock to help protect your money and financial information. here's your temporary card. welcome back. how was london? [ female announcer ] wells fargo. together we'll go far. >>> what do you mean? >> i find it hard to believe to tell somebody they've been assigned. >> you and i have what's kn
of this morning's headlines. the "los angeles times" says the producer of the movie that sparked violent protests across the middle east is behind bars. he was arrested thursday. a judge ruled he violated his probation from a fraud conviction two years ago. >>> "the wall street journal" reports the u.s. postal service will default on $5.6 billion payment that is due this weekend. it is the second month in a row that that has happened. the money is supposed to pay for future retiree's health care costs. skipping that payment will not affect postal operations and current retirees will keep getting their benefits. >>> the sacramento beast says jerry brownrown went on twitter th >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by new, improved dove deep moisture body wash. now with our gentlest cleansers ever. >>> pope benedict's butler goes on trial. he's accused of stealing the pope's papers and revealing secret power struggles inside the roman catholic church. this morning we'll show you why this case is embarrassing the vatican and why the butler could be pardoned when it's over. >>> and arou
threatened to kill him over a gambling debt. the jury deliberated for three days in a los angeles court. this became a very crazy story. remember quincy jones was on the stand testifying. quincy was brought into it because joe francis said quincy said joe told me something. >> $20 million. that's quite a ruling. >>> ever wonder why girl pros -- >> whoa! >> this morning's "washington post" says boys get a lot more practice than girls, and the gap only gets bigger over time. also boys turn their hips and shoulders separately when they throw. girls tend to rotate their hips and shoulders together, making their throws slower and less powerful. buying this? >> sure. >> charlie did a little turn in the chair. this is what boys do. i always go like that. >> i think one of the best things like this, you guys know this -- >> all this study shows is oh, boys practice sports more than girls so boys are better at some sports than girls. shocker. >> the point that i wanted to make is that in the 21st century, what's wonderful if you drive around anywhere, you'll see so many young girls now out playi
the iphone 5 next week. joining us from los angeles is brian koom i. >> good morning. >> this is a huge week for tech rollouts. is everybody just trying to beat apple here? >> beat or catch up with. got to do that first. they have a long way to go. apple is dominant in the smartphone mine share race. they are one phone against many. it's hard to do apples to apples there. of course, in tablets, the ipad is pretty much unencumbered by challenges. but these companies are not giving up in terms of trying to offer something different than what apple offers. not necessarily offering the same thing. that's the hard lesson a lot of them learned in their first couple of years going after apple. >> something driven and in many cases something slightly smaller. the 7-inch saz range seems to be the tablets. everything you've seen in the last week, brian, what do you like the best? >> i like the way amazon has broadened their array of kindle fire tablets. they used to have one kindle fire. it was a $200 tabletment like you mentioned, rebecca, service smaller. now they've gone bigger with a larger o
a canoeing trip. in los angeles, another theme was on display, their dedication to disadvantaged children here on skid row. this dazzling couple is able to shine a royal spotlight pretty much anywhere they go. william and kate are not only here representing the queen for her diamond 60th jubilee, but also the british government is here to promote trade ties. >> seth, you know this couple seems to be a hit wherever they go. prince harry dazzled the crowd with dancing. what's your expectation that these two will do? >> reporter: so far, gayle it seems much more carefully choreographed. the public has been kept at bay, even the journalists kept behind a line. we can only get the photo opportunities they intended. it's day one of a nine-day trip. we'll see what happens. >> nine days in asia. what is on the agenda? >> they're here in singapore, then on to malaysia. they're working on trade ties with the british government. then it's on to her magistery's realm, the nation of the solomon islands and tuvelu which should be much more spectacular with all sorts of intermingled with locals. a lot o
. >> kelly, thank you very much. >>> we now come to los angeles homicide detectives who have the new information on the mysterious death of natalie wood. two months ago her 1981 death certificate was changed to say she die friday drowning and other undetermined factors. cbs news 48 hours is the only news organization to see this new evidence in the case as erin moriarty reports, some of the evidence was collected from the boat where she spent her last hours. >> reporter: reopening their investigation into the drowning death of legendary movie star natalie wood. and it's still going strong. >> the end game is to find out what occurred. that is the end game of any investigation. >> reporter: the detectives have gone to hawaii twice where the splendour is now docked, once on a fact-finding mission captured exclusively by 48 hours. >> can you come over here for a minute? >> reporter: and once with the man who told a dramatic and damning story about the night natalie wood died, skipper dennis davern. >> i believe robert wagner was with her up until the moment she went into the water. >> r
caramel, now with sea salt. >>> well used to be around los angeles only place you could see a bear is in the zoo or california state flag. not any more. on sunday a brown bear surprised residents in one suburban hbo& hoopneidghborhood tells us why homeowners across the u.s. might have to get used to this. >> reporter: imagine starting your sunday morning seeing this o tsi& e ypoutourside >> we're out on the porch, reading the paper and he just walked right on by. >> i heard him land on the floor and i saw right outside of my window. and i saw right outside of my window. >> reporter: officials initiated a full scale bear hunt to track down the beast. >> he went this way. went over fence. >> reporter: fish and game offi and used tranquilizers to sub due him into an early hibernation. >> we >> we immobilized him with e darts and put him back in the wild. >> reporter: bears running through the suburbs are becoming a more common sight. you might remember meat ball who became a regular visitor to a southern california neighborhood this summer. it's not just in california. a family
"this morning," bill whittaker in los angeles. >> penny marsh shall, the title of the book is "my mother was nuts." >> she was. >> i was trying to figure out a dignified way to ask. but you might be nutty too. >> i don't deny that. you know, everybody is a little nuts. >> you look back over your life you start out with this. not much personal drama going up with two parents who hated each other. raising a daughter. there was a cancer thing too. when you look back over the body of your life don't you think all in all it's turned out okay for you? >> absolutely. knock on wood. this is glass. i don't know what that does. yes. lucky life. a lot of life is luck. >> you talk candidly about your looks. you were in a commercial with farrah fawcett. there was a movie role where it says we'll go the plain girl doing something. >> home lu girl. >> homely girl at bar. >> homely girl at bar. >> why did they write that? >> i don't know. >> i talked very candidly how you were never happy with the way you looked. >> still not. >> ufc going to ask you at this age don't you feel -- haven't you got to the
and dozens of structures are still threatened. for cbs this morning, ben tracy, los angeles. >>> and a warning for seniors and medicare prescription drug plans. you are about to see a big price hike. there's a new study out this morning that says there will be a double digit increase next year for seven of the ten most popular prescription drug plans. the report says seniors can save money if they shop around for a new plan. enrollment starts on october 15th. >>> if you are a bacon lover, get ready. this may be the year to pig out because next year we should expect a worldwide shortage of pork and bacon. oh, no. britain's national pig association blames drought conditions that affected this year's corn and soybean crop that will make it more expensive to feed the little pigs. >> this is a calamity, as i said. >> i was going to say, i may need therapy. last time i wore this necklace, my stylist charlie rose said why are you wearing those sausages around your neck? we have it on tape. >> no, i'm not denying it. yes, i did say that, and yes, it looks better than it did with tha
. for cbs "this morning," ben tracey, los angeles. >>> so you ready for driverless car? >> no. didn't they tell you when you learn to drive do the 10 and 2. don't take your hands off the wheel. i don't know if this is a good thing. >> speaking of good things, i went to a little store next door to me the other day, called an apple store. you've been talking about iphone 5. you got your little blackberry there. >> my heart is beating. >> we've been waiting for you to get one. look what we found for you. >> are you serious, charlie? >> oh, my gosh. >> there you are. >> oh, my gosh, thank you so much. >> we have a tutorial for you. >> thank you very much. i went in line with ron and turned around and went back home and said that's a sign i shouldn't get it. >> norah will help you with instructions. head has one already. >> that does it for us. up next your,,,, >>> good morning. in the headlines investigators are looking into an armed robbery at a safe with pressure store and san leandro for five armed men went into the store about 9:00 last night and held up three cashier's. no one was
you very much. >>> we now come to los angeles homicide detectives who have some new information mysterious death of natalie wood. two months ago her 1981 death certificate was changed to say she died from drowning and other undetermined factors. part of it was collected aboard the boat where wood spent her last hours. >> reporter: almost a year since the l.a. county sheriff's department reopened its investigation into drowning death of legendary movie star natalie wood. and it's still going strong. >> the end game is to find out what occurred. that is the end game of any investigation. >> reporter: the detectives have gone to hawaii twice where the splendor is now docked. once on a fact finding mission captured exclusively by "48 hours" and once with the man who tells a dramatic and damning story about the night natalie wood died. skipper dennis davern. >> i believe that robert wagner was with her up until the moment she went into the water. >> reporter: detectives are scrutinizing audiotapes recorded by natalie wood biographer suzanne finstad. these are calls of women who claim
assistant director of the fbi and former los angeles police department deputy commissioner is here with us this morning. good morning. >> good morning. >> hundreds of cases, thousands of cases. the fallout from this has got to be huge in massachusetts. >> i think it's bigger even than they are projected. you have to remember the type of offenses she is being accused of. let's talk about the cases where she's the primary chemist and testified, we're talking about 1,100 cases. that's a lot to go through. the cases where she was somewhere involved in the process of the chain of custody of the evidence and the testings, now we're talking 61,000 drug cases involving 31,000 defendants. you have a situation where the governor has ordered his chief judge to set up special courts that may be working literally over time into the night to start to process the claims by defendants that they were involved. can we just take this one step further? one of the allegations is not only that she fake the testing, but that in things that came back testing negative for drugs, she would sprinkle drugs in from re
with you. >> masi oka is with us from los angeles now. good morning to you. >> good morning to you guys. >> first of all, thank you for what you do on behalf of fighting cancer. i think many of us want to know how is your mom doing? >> my mom is doing great. she's in her fourth year of recovery stage. hopefully one and two more years until she's completely diagnose--free in remission. tell us what we will see tonight? >> tonight an extravaganza. it's going to be an amazing live show, great artists and all your favorite stars as well. we're just -- it's going to be emotional as well. you'll see, hear a lot of inspirational stories. entertainment and going to be very heartwarming. >> what do you hope it accomplishes? >> the big thing is get the awareness out there and get people to donate. no matter what the size of the donation, every contribution matters towards helping a scientist fight the disease and find a cure for it. >> i understand masi that there's a way to interact tonight. how does that work? >> absolutely. i think this is the first stand-up to cancer that will use social medi
shuttle "endeavour" is in los angeles for retirement. "endeavour" arrived on friday on top of a 747 jet. it will be moved on a flat bed truck to a museum in a few weeks. "endeavour" orbited the earth 25 times before nasa retired it and the entire space shuttle fleet last year. >> if you need an example of the perils of facebook, riot police were out in force in one small dutch town friday night to control about 30,000 people who showed up after receiving a facebook invitation to a 16-year-old girl's birthday party. reports say that she failed to mark the invitation private. it went viral and police were forced to move the girl and her family to an undisclosed location. come to my birthday party, sweet 16. >> who goes to a birr day party for somebody they don't know. i don't know. it's 21 past the hour. >> hey my parents are going out of town. let me show you guys what we got. we got to talk about the first day of fall. we're changing seasons today. today is when the sun is directly over the equator. that happens at 10:49 this morning. equinox is a lain term for equal. we got on the sate
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